Content blocking is bad news for the search giant.
A conversation with URX chief Mike Fyall.
Whatever that was.
Which may kickstart its mobile-advertising business.
Facebook now has products akin to those that sent Google’s ad sales to the moon.
Selling ads the way Google does is smart, and necessary. But it’s not enough.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
While public investors continue to hammer Facebook’s stock due to its stop-and-go mobile advertising business, private investors and buyers are showering money on mobile companies with little to no revenue. What gives?
A true believer’s bold predictions on what the evolution of local commerce could mean for today’s economy.
Shazam, mostly known for its music discovery app, has hired Rich Riley as its new CEO as it prepares to go public.
As absurd as it may sound, chatting with ads could become commonplace as speech-communication with computers continues to evolve.
Google zapped the ad-blocking app, claiming it “interfered” with another service in an unauthorized manner. Which only makes sense — and a weird sort of sense at that — if you consider ads a “service.”
Three months ago Facebook vowed to do a better job generating mobile revenue. It looks like they’re doing it.